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William E. Harmon Foundation

The Harmon Foundation was established in 1921 by wealthy real-estate developer and philanthropist William E. Harmon. It originally supported a variety of causes, including playgrounds and nursing programs, but is best known for having served as a large-scale patron of African-American art that helped gain recognition for African-American artists who otherwise would have remained largely unknown. Mary B. Brady was the director of the foundation from 1922 until 1967... Read More

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